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Argentina: Pilot died of heart attack on board


published on 3 March 2021 845 -

picture courtesy of fleetmon.com

According to a report of fleetmon.com Pilot Captain Roberto Julio Montebello died of heart attack on board of tanker JC BAZAN, berthed in San Lorenzo, Argentina, Parana river, on 2nd March 2021.

Ambulance was called, but paramedics couldn’t recover him, and he was declared dead, probably while being still on board. Tanker left San Lorenzo at night LT on 2nd March, bound for Buenos Aires.

May our colleague rest in peace.

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Matt Wardle Australia
on 20 May 2021, 13:55 UTC

Very sad, thoughts with family.

As a thought, what is the contingency for such an occurrence? When a Pilot becomes incapacitated whilst in command?
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VASUDEV CHINTALAPALLI Visakhapatnam Port Trust, India
on 5 March 2021, 18:29 UTC

A very sad news. May god give all the strength to the family of the deceased. It takes a lot to accept when someone goes to work and unexpectedly never returns.....forever.
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